Our Showroom Features
Tri-State Lock will help find the right safe for your needs. Our safe professionals will work with you to determine the right product. We offer sales, service, installation, combination changes, manual dial to electronic retrofit locks, opening and penetration.
Physical Security for Home and Business
Burglary & Fire Safes
High Security Composite Safes
Cash Management Safes
Floor & Wall Safes
Protect Your Business Record from Fire
Statistics show that among companies that lost records in a fire, 17% can no longer furnish a financial statement, 14% suffer a reduction in credit rating, and 43% go out of business completely. No home or business is safe from fire. Your vital records and possessions are only as safe as the quality of protection you provide for them.
Protect the Things You Value Most
When it comes to protecting your most treasured valuables — whether it be at-home cash, Grandma’s diamond ring, your home deed, life or home insurance policies, wills, or that photograph of Bobby on his first birthday — you want to store them in a safe that will give secure protection from fire or burglary attacks.
Get the Most from Your Safe
Too often, consumers satisfy their security needs as inexpensively as possible. But that only does them harm in the long run. When you localize your valuables in a safe, you want to be sure that you are not setting yourself up for disappointment when a burglar takes your lightweight metal box or small firebox out of your home — just like you brought it in from the store when you bought it.
Safes Should Last a Lifetime
Cutting corners on security is a guarantee for an unhappy ending when it comes to buying a safe. In most cases, a safe is a lifetime purchase. Unlike a security deposit box at a bank, your safe is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and gives you the peace of mind of being protected. being protected.
Questions You Should Ask before Buying:
What are you protecting? (e.g. records, computer, media, cash, valuables)
What are you protecting against?
Fire, Burglary or both?
What is the total value of the items you want to protect?
What are your current and future needs?
What are your insurance requirements?
Does your insurer require a UL-rated safe before they will cover your valuables?
Where will the safe be located?
How much space will you need?
Will the safe be accessible on a regular basis?
What type of locking mechanism do you need?
Will you need to program a new combination on a regular basis?
Do you need time delay, audit trail, or multiple users?